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Tebow Schooled by One of History's Best

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It was like shoving the cute little coat-check girl up on the runway with Gisele. It wasn’t fair, it wasn’t right, but it sure was revealing. Tim Tebow, the comic book hero who had led the Denver Broncos to six straight wins and inspired the nation, caught a tough break at Sports Authority Field on Sunday.

The NFL schedule-maker put him on stage next to Tom Brady [stats], also known as God’s nephew, and just like...

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